An Eerdmans Reader in Contemporary Political Theology gathers some of the most significant and influential writings in political theology from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Given that the locus of Christianity is undeniably shifting to the global South, this volume uniquely integrates key voices from Africa, Asia, and Latin America with central texts from Europe and North America on such major subjects as church and state, gender and race, and Christendom and postcolonialism.Carefully selected, thematically arranged, and expertly introduced, these forty-nine essential readings constitute an ideal primary-source introduction to contemporary political theology--a profoundly relevant resource for globally engaged citizens, students, and scholars.Nicholas AdamsRafael AvilaKarl BarthRichard BauckhamDietrich BonhoefferWalter BrueggemannErnesto CardenalJ. Kameron CarterJames H. ConeDorothy DayMusa W. DubeJean Bethke ElshtainEric GregoryGustavo GutiirrezStanley HauerwasGeorge HunsingerAda Marma Isasi-DiazEmmanuel M. KatongoleRafiq KhouryKosuke KoyamaBrian McDonaldJohann Baptist Metzv Virgil MichelNistor O. MiguezJohn MilbankJohn Courtney MurrayChed MyersH. Richard NiebuhrReinhold NiebuhrArvind P. NirmalOliver O'DonovanCatherine PickstockKwok Pui-lanA. Maria Arul RajaWalter RauschenbuschJoerg RiegerChristopher RowlandRosemary Radford RuetherAlexander SchmemannCarl SchmittPeter Manley ScottJon SobrinoDorothee SolleR. S. SugirtharajahElsa TamezMark Lewis TaylorEmilie M. TownesDesmond TutuBernd WannenwetschGraham WardGeorge WeigelDelores S. WilliamsRowan WilliamsWalter WinkJohn Howard YoderKim Yong-Bock
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